Saturday, June 23, 2012

Baby Shower 'FAVOR' idea.

I helped throw a BABY SHOWER the other night for my cute Mia Maid Advisor.

Emily & her mom.
Isn't she cute??

Here's what I handed out for the FAVORS:




I put my PUN-brain to use and this what I came up with.

Bath & Body works is having their BIG sale right now and the shower gels only came to like a buck a piece.  I LOVE favors that only cost around a dollar!

I also LOVE favors that people can ACTUALLY use!

Here's a peek at the rest of the shower...



Pina Colada Cupcakes....Mmmmm....I'll post the recipe SOON.  
You'll want it.  I promise.




I've found that the easiest way to SPRUCE up water bottles..and I mean...EASIEST...is to just peel off the store wrapper and replace it with scrapbook paper that matches your theme. It adds a fun little touch!



7 comments:

  1. OOh how fun, what a great baby shower favour! Love those.. where do you buy your ribon/tulle??

    Also, i think you need to do a post on your home/decor.. i would love to see your craftiness and cutness of what you do with your house & rooms!!!
    heidi

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  2. Once you've added the scrapbook paper, can you refrigerate the water bottles? Does the condensation mess up the scrapbook paper? I did this for a YW activity once, but didn't dare refrigerate the water bottles.

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  3. Once you've added the scrapbook paper, can you refrigerate the water bottles? Does the condensation mess up the scrapbook paper? I did this for a YW activity once, but didn't dare refrigerate the water bottles.

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    1. Nope! As long as you don't place them in a bucket of ice....they're just fine in the refrigerator. I usually use glue dots to stick mine onto the bottles. Hope this helps! xoxo

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  4. Just wondering if the shower gel sale was in Canada?

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    1. Not sure Carolyn. I bought mine in the U.S. 2 summers ago.

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  5. Trisha ChamberlainJanuary 6, 2015 at 1:34 AM

    Even easier water bottles...fun duct tape. It sticks when wet!

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